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461562865 Terry Gilliams Sci Fi Movie, Zero Theorem, Set for Late Summer ReleaseTerry Gilliam’s long-awaited next film, “Zero Theorem,” is finally going to hit the big screen.

Amplify and Well Go USA Entertainment announced that they acquired the domestic distribution rights to Gilliam’s sci-fi movie and will release it in late summer. “Zero Theorem” debuted at last year’s Venice Film Festival… Continue reading Terry Gilliam's Sci-Fi Movie, 'Zero Theorem,' Set for Late Summer Release

gravity 3d bd New on DVD/Blu ray: Gravity Still Dazzles on the Small Screen, Plus the Sci fi Mr. Nobody Finally Gets ReleasedGravity – Warner Bros. – Blu-ray 3D, Blu-ray Combo Pack, and DVDDirector: Alfonso CuarónCast: Sandra Bullock, George Clooney, Ed Harris. Full cast + crew

If you were concerned that Gravity wouldn’t hold up on the small screen, you need not worry. Alfonso Cuarón’s film is just as much a stunner at home as it was on the biggest screen in your town. Sure, the experience may not be quite as immersive, but… Continue reading New on DVD/Blu-ray: 'Gravity' Still Dazzles on the Small Screen, Plus the Sci-fi 'Mr. Nobody' Finally Gets Released

last sci fi blog robocop remake The Last Sci fi Blog: The RoboCop Remake Is Almost a Really Good Movie

(We’re going to get into spoilers for the new RoboCop almost immediately, so if that will bother you, feel free to turn back now.)

There’s a scene relatively early in Jose Padilha’s remake of RoboCop that left me legitimately shaken. Police officer Alex Murphy, gruesomely disfigured in a car bombing that was supposed to take his life, has been sold to the robotics company Omnicorp, which transforms… Continue reading The Last Sci-fi Blog: The 'RoboCop' Remake Is Almost a Really Good Movie

Brazil%20by%20Martin%20Ansin%20(Mondo) The Last Sci fi Blog: Why Brazil Is Just As Awe Inspiring Today As It Was 30 Years AgoWatching a lot of science fiction movies (and writing a regular science fiction movie column) is the kind of thing that can make you feel numb to the genre. And then you revisit an all-time favorite and you’re reminded of why this is the greatest and most important genre in fiction. You remember that the best thing about science fiction is how it uses the impossible… Continue reading The Last Sci-fi Blog: Why 'Brazil' Is Just As Awe-Inspiring Today As It Was 30 Years Ago

January stinks.

And not just this January. Every January stinks. January is our cultural dumping ground, a month where nothing good happens or gets released because everything worthwhile arrived in the final months of the previous year. This is doubly true if you’re a science fiction fan (or desperately need to find a topic for your biweekly sci-fi movie column). The only way for entertainment junkies to stay sane during this… Continue reading The Last Sci-fi Blog: 5 Cool Ways to Shake Off January's Total Lack of New Sci-fi